The project was to create a gift folder that would keep two family pictures. At first I planned to cut cardstock folders, layer them with patterned paper and put the photos inside. But (alas!) after choosing and cutting both cardstock and patterned paper, I changed my mind and decided to play with stamps and inks.
I believe that it was worth it, as the result is more gift-like. So, I made 3-pages booklets, with different page lenghts and decorated white cardstock to serve as photo background. I used transparent photo corners to hold the photos so that if someone wanted to remove the photo would be left with an artistic album.
Most of the stamps are from Tim Holtz, some are from Bo bunny and Crafty Individuals. The inks are of course distress inks and most of the pages are full of UTEE.
I believe that Simon Says Stamp Challenge and Simon Says Stamp and Show read my mind when they posted this week's challenge, so I will play along.